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    Critic of U.N. Named Envoy

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 3:54 pm

    It’s about time we had someone at the U.N. who isn’t afraid to speak up and hold them accountable for the scandals and corruption. It’s always frustrated me that our envoys to the U.N. are typically globalist U.N. supporters who rarely serve the interests of their country.

    Asked if the United Nations had concerns about Bolton’s history of sharply criticizing the world body, U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric said the institution would welcome a tough reformer. “We do want to be held accountable,” he said.

    Security Council members said they expect that Bolton would have to moderate his views on the United Nations. China’s U.N. ambassador, Wang Guangya, said he was not concerned by Bolton’s previous promotion of an independent Taiwan. “It’s mainly the big boss that makes the agenda, not the small ones,” he said. . . . .

    I don’t think Bolton has to moderate his views at all, but it’s typical U.N. group think to suggest that he must. They need a non-conformist in there – someone who isn’t afraid of the criminal element that infests that institution and will call a spade a spade.

    Washington Times Article

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